Didier Lebrun, Pediatrician in Brussels.
I try to follow my schedule as closely as possible in order to examine your child in the best conditions.
If you arrive late, your consultation time can be shortened this way, the families who follow you won’t be delayed.
If you have any questions, I invite you to write it down in your health notebook so we can discuss it at our next appointment.
For urgent phone advices, call me between 8h and 9h or between 14h and 19h, take a paper and pencil to note my answers, which are usually concise.
NB: an advice can be given by telephone but a disease diagnosis and a treatment requires a clinical examination of your child in a consultation.
A medical certificate needs a consultation.
When possible, thank you for booking your appointments via the online calendar.
This would avoid interrupting the afternoon’s consultations.
For an advice or a consultation on the day: call me, I always keep a few slots available in the afternoon.
For emergencies: Weekends and bank holidays
Dr. Didier Lebrun: 02 375 56 60
I always have a few slots during the weekends for regular patients; otherwise a college on duty would be able to help you from 9 to 20
The hospital emergency services should not be used excessively.
They should only be contacted for severe issues and accident.